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Planning a Web Site

A lot of planning goes into creating a Web site. Before you create a Web site, you need to be sure about the goal of your Web site and the target audience you intend it to reach. If you know these things, you can decide on the design features of the Web site and plan accordingly. For example, the approach to designing an online dictionary is entirely different from how you would approach the design of an e-commerce Web site capable of handling monetary transactions.

A clear understanding of the target audience helps you decide which technologies you need to support your Web site. If you are developing an intranet and you know the system configuration of the target audience, you can develop a site that best suits that configuration. In UltraDev, you can develop applications using ASP, JSP, or ColdFusion. The requirements of the target audience help you decide which technology you should use. For example, if you are developing an intranet for a company that uses an IIS server to host the intranet, you must choose ASP to develop this intranet in UltraDev. You can choose ColdFusion only if you have ColdFusion Server installed on IIS.


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